My work is a technology art. From the blank screen I explore patterns, elements, textures, and lines visualized and invented as “scenes” to define the human experience in the digital world. Digital allows mixing raster and vector forms in layers, manipulating the attributes of each for different reactions. Pure vectors and geometries contrast the raster fragmentation of everything around them, creating the emotional and structural tension between linear and nonlinear experimentation in the work.
Reese Schroeder is a Techspressionist, working in digital media since 1984. A practicing architect for 34 years, Reese has mentored students at RISD, UTD, Northeastern, and BAC encouraging technology art incorporated into architecture. Recipient of several awards and recognition for his artworks both private and public collections, his artwork spans across multiple mediums including the archival print, architectural glass, carpets, fine china. in the USA and internationally.